Summary - Lumbar Radiculopathy Pain

Lumbar radiculopathy is a painful condition with multiple underlying factors to consider in its treatment and management by both doctors and patients. In this article, a summary of such factors is most interesting. 
source:  Lin JH, Chiang YH, Chen CC. Lumbar radiculopathy and its neurobiological basis. World J Anesthesiol 2014; 3(2): 162-173
"Core tip: Lumbar radiculopathy is the most common form of neuropathic pain. However, the diagnosis of lumbar radiculopathy is still not satisfactory because of the largely unknown neurobiological basis of neuropathic pain and paresthesia. Accumulating evidence has shown that lumbar radiculopathy is a multi-factor disease and may involve almost all types of pain, including ischemic, inflammatory, mechanical, and neuropathic pain. Ion channels such as Acid-sensing ion channel 3, Piezo2 and transient receptor potential vanilloid receptor 1 responding to tissue acidosis, mechanical force, and inflammatory mediators may be the pathways transducing the pain."
The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management addresses the issues of lumbar radiculopathy. As a matter of fact in a clinical trial comparing flexion distraction to medical conservative care, Cox® FD treatment was 250% more successful in treating lumbar radiculopathy. 
Check out some clinical case reports about how Cox® Technic  relieved pain related to lumbar radiculopathy:
Cox® Technic certified chiropractic physicians are well prepared to manage lumbar radiculopathy. Find a physician near you if you are a patient. Come learn more if you are a chiropractor.